Buying or selling a property is one of the most important commitments that many of us enter in to. Our team of highly experienced conveyancing practitioners are here to guide you through the process and ensure everything goes to plan.

Conveyancing solicitors in East Anglia.

Buying or selling a property should be exciting – it marks the beginning of a new phase in your life. The legal and administrative processes involved are complicated, which is why choosing the right conveyancer is key. Our professional conveyancing lawyers will help you navigate the stresses and strains of the process, handling every aspect of the transaction on your behalf. With Hansells, you can feel confident that the transaction will be managed with the minimum of fuss. Whatever the property type or particular circumstances of the sale or purchase, we offer a swift and efficient service.

Norwich’s specialist conveyancing solicitors.

We are one of the leading conveyancing firms in East Anglia, and over the years Hansells has helped thousands of clients to find their way through the conveyancing process.

Our dedicated team will actively manage your transaction, we’ll do our utmost to ensure your purchase or sale proceeds without delay. Every transaction poses its own challenges and complications. However, with our highly experienced team on your side, you can feel confident that everything will progress smoothly and efficiently.

Our conveyancing service.

Hansells residential conveyancing team  has all the experience that you will ever need to help you navigate every type of property sale and purchase including Second homes.

  • Buy to Lets.
  • Auction transactions.
  • Standard residential properties
  • Listed and heritage buildings.
  • Leasehold properties.
  • Shared ownership.

Conveyancing is the process of transferring the ownership of a property from one person to another. It is such an important transaction that only those who are registered to do so can carry out this work.

It begins when you decide you want to move and have an offer accepted on a residential property, and ends when you are able to move into their new home. Typically, it takes around 12-16 weeks, though this can be a lot longer if one or both parties are in a chain, or if there are issues with the property.

A residential conveyancing solicitor is responsible for handling every aspect of the conveyancing process for domestic properties. They will handle all of the paper work – the documentation, contract and transfer documents  and liaise with the other party’s conveyancer. We will ensure that the finances of the transaction come together including in most cases acting for your mortgage lenders as well. Your solicitor will deal with all the fine details of the property transfer process, ensuring everything runs smoothly and reducing the chance of significant delays. If you want more information about our service, contact our conveyancing team today.

The process of conveyancing involves many important stages which are all critical for the safe and legal transfer of property ownership. Here’s a brief run down of each one:

  • Step 1 – a conveyancing solicitor is formally instructed.
  • Step 2 – the solicitor conducts a series of searches on the property.
  • Step 3 – contracts are exchanged.
  • Step 4 – the sale is finalised and the balance on the property is paid.
  • Step 5 – the solicitor registers you as the new owner with the Land Registry.

Trusted conveyancing solicitors in Norwich.

Our team of residential conveyancing solicitors have the knowledge and expertise to deal with a wide range of property transactions. We handle the conveyancing process in a transparent and efficient way, keeping you updated at every stage. Whether you’re buying a property for the first time, looking to invest in your second home, or selling a listed building, we’re here to help. No sale is too complicated and we will tackle any issues that may arise during the process to make sure that you can move as quickly as possible in to your new home.

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